When it comes to cuisine, Birmingham has definitely earned its stripes. Believe it or not, there are more Michelin starred restaurants (5 in total) in Birmingham than anywhere else in the UK, outside of London. And what’s more, Birmingham is arguably the curry capital of the UK, with the ‘Balti Triangle’ in its midst.
The Balti Triangle

The Balti Triangle

Known as foodie paradise, Borough Market is home to a cornucopia of different street food vendors. Enjoy vegetarian fare at Veggie Table, slow-cooked meat baguettes at Hobbs Meat Roast and street food from around the world. Warning: you’ll need willpower of steel if you’re going to resist trying one of everything!


Where to find it? Ladypool Road, Birmingham

How much? £

The Balti Triangle
Carters of Moseley

Carters of Moseley

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, Moseley is one of the most scenic areas of Birmingham, teeming with lots of cafes, bars and pubs. Carters of Moseley is one of the five restaurants in Birmingham to have achieved the accolade of a Michelin star. The dishes are truly scrumptious and are cooked with seasonal ingredients.

Where to find it? 2C Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 9EZ

How much? ££

Carters of Moseley
Sabai Sabai

Sabai Sabai

Not too far from Carters is Sabai Sabai, also in trendy Moseley, which is easily Birmingham’s best Thai restaurant. Run by a couple, the restaurant offers affordable dishes packed full of flavour with a broad range of cuisines.  There’s the usual suspects including pad thai, Thai green curry, massaman or the jungle curry - if you can handle your spice.

Where to find it? 268 High Street, Harborne, B17 9PT

How much? £

Sabai Sabai
The Lost & Found

The Lost & Found

For a more immersive dining experience, The Lost & Found  is a botanical themed bar and restaurant adorned with birdcages, butterfly collections, and flower samples. The bar takes its inspiration from fictitious Victorian explorer Hettie G. Watson and is housed in a former bank built in 1869. A beautiful retreat to escape the city noise and enjoy flavorsome food.

Where to find it? 8 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS

How much? £

The Lost & Found
Adam’s

Adam’s

Are you looking for a place with classical elegance and professional service to dine in? Stop at the British Michelin Starred Adam’s. Located in the city center, the restaurant is run by Chef patron Adam Stokes and his wife Natasha. Faultless and the innovative cooking offers a sublime culinary experience.

 

Where to find it? 16 Waterloo Street, Birmingham B2 5UG

 

How much? ££

Adam’s
Purnell’s

Purnell’s

Located in one of city center’s finest conservation areas, Purnell’s is a sophisticated, à la mode, fine-dining restaurant. The place boasts of a graceful decoration and luxurious ambience. Whether it’s a birthday treat or a get-together with your old pals, head here for a relaxed evening along and a variety of cuisines with an inventive twist.

Where to find it? 55 Cornwall Street, Birmingham B3 2DH

How much? ££

Purnell’s

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